BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Patrick Clarke kicked a 47-yard field goal as time expired to propel Buffalo to a 27-24 victory over Miami (Ohio) on Saturday.
After one running play, Clarke kicked the game-winner.
The teams were tied 3-3 at the half but combined to score 45 points after the break.
Branden Oliver rushed for 199 yards and one touchdown for the Bulls (2-7, 1-4 Mid-American Conference), and Joe Licata, in his first start while subbing for injured Alex Zordich, threw two touchdown passes.
Dysert, who passed Ben Roethlisberger as Miami's all-time leading passer, threw for 242 yards and three touchdowns for the Redhawks (4-5, 3-2), all of them to Harwell, who caught 10 passes.
Tyree Horton should be able to give TCU another playmaker at linebacker, while Texas could have a resurgence if freshman Shane Buechele produces early.
The Wildcats had a breakout season in 2006 but haven't been to a bowl since the 2010 campaign, making this year a big one for coach Mark Stoops.
The skyrocketing cost of trying to field national title contenders has led at least one school to undertake a move never before seen in college football's top division. Bob Ley explores the high cost of competition.
Dabo Swinney showed off his dance moves at a charity golf outing, participating in the #RunningManChallenge, which has taken off on social media.
Sophomore Manny Wilkins and redshirt freshmen Bryce Perkins and Brady White are competing to be Arizona State's starting quarterback.
There's a real chance wide receiver Josh Doctson will prove to be the best value pick of the first round.